Manuscript Guidelines

Manuscript Guidelines

Helics Group publishes various Types of manuscripts and follows a format for the manuscripts to be published.


Types of Manuscripts: -

 

Research Article: - A research article intellects the outcomes of original research, assesses its involvement to the body of knowledge in a given area and is published in a peer-reviewed scholarly Journal.


Features of Research article: -

 

  1. Title
  2. Abstract
  3. Keywords
  4. Abbreviations
  5. Introduction
  6. Methods
  7. Results
  8. Discussion
  9. Citations or References
  10. About the Author


Review Article: A review article is a manuscript that covers the summary of scholarly research on certain research topics. It can be regarded as a swift or evaluation of someone else’s script and are mostly written for articles of professionals to give a precise synopsis of their work along with the objective to give a better understanding of a specific topic.

 

Features of Review Article: -

 

  1. Title page
  2. Abstract
  3. Keywords
  4. Abbreviations
  5. Introduction
  6. Materials and Methods
  7. Results
  8. Discussion
  9. Conclusions
  10. Acknowledgments
  11. References


Mini-Review: A Mini-Review article provides a brief, focused review of the literature into the current interest in the scientific community and is the fastest way to get up to speed on a particular topic that is making news.

 

Features of Mini-Review: -

 

  1. Title page
  2. Abstract
  3. Keywords
  4. Main text
  5. Conclusions
  6. Declarations
  7. References


Short communication: - A Short Communication is projected for the presentation of brief observations that do not warrant a full-length paper and it should be concise in 10 double-lined standard pages including illustrative material

 

Features of Short Communication: -

 

  1. Title
  2. Abstract
  3. Keywords
  4. Literature (and references)
  5. Processing


Case Report: - A Case Report is a comprehensive report of the symptoms, signs, diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up of a patient and contains a demographic profile of the patient but usually describes an unusual or novel occurrence.

 

Features of Case Report: -

 

  1. Abstract/Summary
  2. Case Presentation
  3. Differential Diagnosis
  4. Pathophysiology
  5. Treatment/Patient Management
  6. Discussion
  7. Conclusion


Opinion: - It’s an article written to prompt one’s opinion on an issue. It is different from an article which deals with issues being reported and is written in one’s own opinion.

 

Letter to Editor: -It can be written on the basis of any comment/criticism/evaluation for an article published in any of the journals belonging to the Helics group.

 

Editorial: - It can be the summarization of an editor’s view on the current volume/issue/articles of the particular journal and can be submitted by those editors who are on the editorial board of Helics Group, or by guest authors/editors.

 

 

 

Article Format

Maximum

Word Limit

Figure/

Table Limit

Reference limit

 

Abstract

Research Article

No word limit but should not exceed more than 25-30 pages

No limit for  figures and tables

No limit

Required

Review Article

No word limit but should not exceed more than 25-30 pages

No limit for figures and tables

No limit

Required

Mini Review Article

1500-2000

3-6

20-25

Required

Short Communication

1000-1500

2-4

20-25

Required

Case Report

2000-2500

-

25-30

Required

Opinion

1000

2

10

Not Required

Letter to Editor

1000

-

10

Not Required